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128GB SanDisk iXpand with Touch ID Encryption, and Dual USB Drive Type C flash drives

Alongside the massive 200GB microSD card, SanDisk has also introduced two new flash drives. They are the SanDisk iXpand and the SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type C flash drives. Both portable storage were announced by the well-known memory maker at MWC 2015.

The new SanDisk iXpand was initially launched last year and now, it comes in 128GB of capacity space. This flash drive is designed for iPhone and iPad. New 128GB SanDisk iXpand flash drive offers an Apple Lightning connector on one end and a USB 3.0 on the other. Well, it is giving fast and easy transfer between next-generation devices and PC / Mac computers. Company says the Type C connector works with the SanDisk Memory Zone app. Let’s users easily and wide-range control over their mobile device’s memory storage.

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128GB SanDisk iXpand
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128GB SanDisk iXpand

For sensitivity content, the iXpand flash drive provides Touch ID encryption and making it to be securely through the free iXpand Sync app. When the new iXpand Flash Drive is connect to iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2 or iPad mini 3 128GB models, this mobile device is automatically create the available storage for photos and videos, music, and other multimedia files.

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SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type C
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SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type C

The next product is a SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type C flash drive, which will available in 32GB of capacity storage. As the suggest name, the drive is a double-ended USB flash drive that provides a standard USB 3.0 connector on one end and a Type C connector on the other.

Anyway, the pricing specifications for the new flashdrive haven’t been mentioned, nor the exact dates when the device will show up in retail.

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